Summary: These NTR Nagars should have a serene and peaceful atmosphere," he said.Naidu added that henceforth he will weekly monitor the progress of the urban housing sector. He advised them to take a cue from the gated community houses that have come up at Rapthadu in Anantapur district. While the land costs Rs 250 crore, infrastructure like water, electricity and parks will be developed at a cost of Rs 150 crore. He said in a single constituency like Nandyal in Kurnool, the government is shelling out 800 crore to build houses- of which the government subsidy is Rs 400 crore. "The houses for the poor should be on par with those constructed by private developers.
Vijayawada: Now, the common dream of families to own a house is going to come true for one and all in Andhra Pradesh. The state government will construct G+7 houses in gated communities for financially backward sections, which will be on par with the ones developed by private builders.Chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu, who reviewed the progress of urban housing on Thursday, said the government will develop NTR Nagar in all 13 districts of the state. Half of the construction cost will be borne by the government.
The rest will be paid by the beneficiaries."The houses for the poor should be on par with those constructed by private developers. These houses should be designed in such a way so that they become the best in the country. Owning a house is not just having an asset or a property but also a sentiment.
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